Okay so you are ready to buy or are you just starting the process of purchasing St George real estate? Is your time valuable? Have you been qualified by a professional and competent mortgage lender? Preferably a local lender, and i can help you with that. They know our market and are aware of all the money and assistance that local government is offering. Check this link for more information! St. George Utah Mortgage Lenders
I need information to make the best use of your time and money. Locating and purchasing a home is a big deal and for me to deliver the highest level of service I will need to know and verify certain information. If this is a long term project I am here to help too. The listings I provide on my website are from ALL the Realtors on our Washington County Board of Realtors.
Every single one of my clients works off different timelines and budgets. That’s why there is no one single strategy that fits all the wants and needs of every client. With all the information I can initiate a proven strategy to meet your goals. And have some fun in the process!
Let me take a minute and share with you how i do business. I always arrange a meet and greet at my office in St George and go over your wants and needs. i also want make sure that your lender has made sure you won’t be disappointed! Many of my clients are out of the area so in lieu of an office visit I will be happy to arrange a phone consultation.
FAQ about our buyer/broker agreement…..
‘I know you want to show me homes, but why do I need to sign a broker’s agreement?’
“We’d never ask you to sign anything that had no benefit to you,”
“But it sounds like you might have a concern.”
“If there was a benefit to signing it and working with an agent, would you do it?”
“Do you only want to look at places that are active on the market, or do you want to see all of them? Including ones that tried to sell or didn’t, or maybe the for sale by owner [FSBO], or pocket listings.
“We don’t want to lock you into anything; we can cancel it if we’re not getting along or something doesn’t work out, but I want to open up all the homes possible to you. The agreement means that I understand that you commit to working with me to find you a home, and I’m going to owe you work and respect.”